We’re now reaching the tail end of 2013 and its been a stellar year for cinema in general. So it feels like an appropriate time to look back on this year’s highlights, focusing on films that really went the extra mile in terms of visual panache.
Soon enough, it’ll be awards season and who knows if the movies selected here will be nominated for best cinematography category at the Academy Awards or the Independent Spirit Awards. From black and white homages to the French New Wave and dayglow crime sagas set in Bangkok, to the seedy underbelly of Florida’s Spring Break culture, we’ve got all the best looking movies of 2013…
PeachyApricot are well known for their pop culture inspired, handcrafted keychains and funny mugs but for the first time this year the company introduced their brand new and colorful smartphone cases. The cute and hilarious iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S3 covers are perfect for everyone who loves Walter White, Lucille Bluth, Retta aka Donna Meagle or Ron Swanson. Check out the funky phone covers here
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This classic roller “paints” on a fresh layer of self-stick notepaper wherever you need it most. Just trim then to whatever size you like. It’s like a paint job with a purpose. [See More Creative Stuff | Roller Notes]
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London have great bars, great cocktail bars, vintage bars, however today I will talk about underground bars, are you curious about that? It’s a very interesting perspective.
And you know that we never disapoint you, we always try to give you the best options.
Gordon’s Wine Bar is an institution in London’s drinking circles with the speciality being fortified wines. Served from wooden casks behind the bar, this gives it a slightly eccentric feel. They also serve a variety of English dishes. Outside seating is provided on the terrace.
Location: 47 Villiers Street, Charing Cross, London, WC2N 6NE
Neighbour to The Photographers Gallery on the cusp of Covent Garden and Soho, Salvador and Amanda is the latest blissed-out bar from the reliably funky Breakfast Group. Calling itself as a Bar Y Tapas Y Fiesta (that’s snacks and Balearic beats until the toddler hours to you and me), it offers a distinctive rustic, ‘Real Spain’ inspired interior by Paul Daly of Elbow Rooms and Lab fame.
Location: 8 Great Newport Street, St James, London, WC2H 7JA
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There are so many famous advertising slogans out there which someone thought up at some point. Who knows, maybe they weren’t happy with the ideas that they first came up with and had to work their way through a series of different options before they finally arrived at the slogans that we know so well today…
Sometimes, ya just gotta dance like no one’s watching. Check out the most EPIC Dance Cam video… ever! Continue reading “Dance Like No One is Watching – Most EPIC Dance Cam Video” »
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Everyone knows that the appearance of your food makes up a large part of the overall impression of of its use.
Well, if you were able make a bowl of noodles in a Chewbacca, and sandwiches – in Angry Birds, from your meal is unlikely anyone will be able to refuse. So lets have a look at amazing food art!
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Mr. Wrong is a rib-tickling character to provide us with comic relief. This is especially designed by…
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Global Yodel is giving away 10 DK Eyewitness Travel Guidebooks & a limited edition print from the Global Yodel shop. ($300 value) Who wants this awesome prize pack. To win just head over to Global Yodel and comment with an early travel memory!
This book will make you laugh out loud. It showcases all the horrible misuses of quotation marks on everything from signs to menus. [See More at HiConsumption.com]